workmen's compensation

NOUN
  1. compensation for death or injury suffered by a worker in the course of his employment
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How To Use workmen's compensation In A Sentence

  • If a health-care worker becomes latex hypersensitive, he or she may be qualified to receive workmen's compensation, depending upon the state in which he or she resides.
  • In the progressive era, the population of this northern American outpost was largely German, and they imported not merely bratwurst and beer, but also Bismarckian policies such as workmen's compensation. Wisconsin: Laboratory of reaction | Editorial
  • He is in receipt of workmen's compensation and has additional income from occasional employment.
  • Lauren Alfred, Giffords' legislative aide, said the only reason Giffords has unlimited access to state-of-the-art rehabilitation care is that she was injured on the job, making her eligible for coverage through the federal Workmen's Compensation Act. Gabrielle Giffords' office puts focus on brain-injury care
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